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BAHR 550 Organizational Behaviour

 

Research shows that effective people practices can result in significant organizational success. This course introduces students to the concepts of leading self, leading others and leading companies effectively, with the view of making organizations more productive, more competitive and - if relevant - more profitable. This course is designed to deeply investigate how individuals perform within the context of an organization. Discussion focuses on values, attitudes, team dynamics, human motivation, organizational culture and leadership styles that shape an organization and facilitate or hinder its ability to execute business strategy.

Instructor Biography - Robert Prowse

Course Outline - Class of 2019 (updated February 14, 2017)